Mistress of Modernism

Mistress of Modernism

The Life of Peggy Guggenheim

Book - 2004
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Dearborn's unprecedented access to Guggenheim's family, friends, and papers contributes rich insight to her traumatic childhood in New York, her self-education in the ways of art and artists, her battles with other art-collecting Guggenheims, and her legendary sexual appetites.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2004
ISBN: 0618128069
Branch Call Number: 709.2 DEA
Characteristics: p cm

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Nuclearfueled
Dec 29, 2013

A great read! I'm a real fan of Peggy after reading this fascinating account of her life and wild adventures. Mary Dearborn is a highly skilled writer who strikes the right balance with her sophisticated handling of her subject. A must read!

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